Recommended Readings: Beth Shapiro, D.Phil, Friday May 3, 2019

Recommended Readings: Beth Shapiro, D.Phil, Friday May 3, 2019

Beth Shapiro, D.PhilFriday Lectures

Friday, May 3, 2019  3:45 p.m

Caspary Auditorium

Beth Shapiro D.Phil


Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

University of California

Can Ancient DNA Reveal What Makes Us Human?

Recommended Readings:

Science News

How to Clone a Mammoth: The Science of De-extinction. April 23, 2019. Technology Networks

Empirical Articles

Fregel, Rosa; Ordonez, Alejandra C.; Santana-Cabrera, Jonathan; et al. (2019). Mitogenomes illuminate the origin and migration patterns of the indigenous people of the Canary Islands. PLOS ONE. 14 (3)

Fregel, Rosa; Mendez, Fernando L.; Bokbot, Youssef; et al. (2018). Ancient genomes from North Africa evidence prehistoric migrations to the Maghreb from both the Levant and Europe. PNAS. 115 (26): 6774-6779

Barlow, Axel; Cahill, James A.; Hartmann, Stefanie; et al. (2018). Partial genomic survival of cave bears in living brown bears. NATURE ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION. 2 (10): 1563-1570. PLEASE REQUEST FROM MARKUS LIBRARY.

Schaefer, Nathan K.; Shapiro, Beth; Green, Richard E. (2016). Detecting hybridization using ancient DNA. MOLECULAR ECOLOGY. 25 (11): 2398-2412

Seguin-Orlando, Andaine; Gamba, Cristina; Sarkissian, Clio Der; et al. (2015). Pros and cons of methylation-based enrichment methods for ancient DNA. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS. 5

Schubert, Mikkel; Jonsson, Hakon; Chang, Dan; et al. (2014). Prehistoric genomes reveal the genetic foundation and cost of horse domestication. PNAS. 111 (52): E5661-E5669

Dalen, Love; Orlando, Ludovic; Shapiro, Beth; et al. (2012). Partial Genetic Turnover in Neandertals: Continuity in the East and Population Replacement in the West. MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION. 29 (8): 1893-1897

Review Paper

Supple, Megan A.; Shapiro, Beth (2018). Conservation of biodiversity in the genomics era. GENOME BIOLOGY. 19

Book Chapters

Shapiro, Beth; Hofreiter, Michael (2012). Ancient DNA Methods and Protocols Preface. ANCIENT DNA: METHODS AND PROTOCOLS. 840: V-VII

Nichols RV, Curd E, Heintzman PD, Shapiro B. (2019). Targeted Amplification and Sequencing of Ancient Environmental and Sedimentary DNA. ANCIENT DNA: METHODS AND PROTOCOLS. 1963: 149-161

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